I wasn't even born when the Invisible Man premiered and shortly cancelled. But thanks to TRIO, their Brilliant But Cancelled theme has brought me into the world of shows that were well written but chucked onto the chopping block rather too quickly.
This was the first episode of this series I saw just recently on TRIO. At first, the show looked underbudget but then I realized it was written and filmed in the 70's. The plotline was well wirtten and sheer evil-ness of the villainaous ambassador made the show enjoyable for me. This episode featured some of the best suspense I have ever seen. The quick paced progress and danger for the main character made this show more "edge of your seat."
Once the episode finished, I realized I got more thrills and enjoyment out of this show, then one of my favorite shows, Alias. If you are in the mood for a Alias like suspense show, check out the Invisible Man!moreless